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Availing himself of their negligence, by a sudden exertion of strength and activity, Gurth shook himself free of their hold, and might have escaped, could he have resolved to leave his master's property behind him.
The ten men whose duels I had witnessed did not go away when their hurts were dressed, as I had supposed they would, but came back, one after another, as soon as they were free of the surgeon, and mingled with the assemblage in the dueling-room.
That love had caused him so much suffering that he knew he would never, never quite be free of it.
This does not mean that Toshiba products that are labeled Lead(Pb)-Free are entirely free of lead.
But they're really neither, because what they're trying to deal with is a highly mobile black-market commodity, and it's just not possible to create a public zone that's genuinely free of something like that.
That ruling upheld the so-called Fairness Doctrine, which says government should compel broadcasters to air, free of charge, "opposing viewpoints.
Any printed circuit board that we produce whether prototype or production is free of mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyls or polybrominated diphenyl ethers.
Free to Talk customers receive a free phone number and can talk to each other anywhere in the world completely free of charge.
Listeners tap into the Virgin experience online through the auto-updateable player, available free of charge at www.
Listeners tap into the Radio Free Virgin experience online through the auto-updateable player, available free of charge at www.
Users receive up to 120 minutes per month, free of charge.